Eugene Peterson: Spirituality for All the Wrong Reasons

Today I would like to offer you a little something that I found over at Jared Wilson’s blog.

Last year Eugene Peterson, who is best known for his translation of The Message, did an interview with Christianity Today editor Mark Galli, in which he talked about how Christianity interfaces with culture.  When it first came out it got a lot of attention in the blogosphere, but since then Christianity Today has moved it to a place where only paid subscribers can access it.  Not to fear though, Jared Wilson has found it and posted it in its entirety over at his site.

I strongly recommend that you go over there and read it.  It will challenge you in a lot of the ideas you hold about spirituality.

Read Spirituality for All the Wrong Reasons